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Energy Stores and Transfers | EMA-MOE​

In this educational video produced by Singapore's Energy Market Authority and the Ministry of Education featuring the Experimental Power Grid Centre, we take a look at how energy storage systems can help to integrate renewable energy such as solar into our grid.​​

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Singap​ore envisions supplying electricity to 350,000 households produced by solar power by 2030. ​

During the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) 2019, Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Chan Chun Sing shared the government's vision to increase the solar output and supply electricity to 350,000 households. EPGC's Programme Director, Dr Ngin Hoon Tong, shares his thoughts on the importance of the government, industry and academia working together to achieve this goal. 

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EMA, Enterprise Singapore Launch Grant Call for Local Enterprises to Develop Solar Energy Solutions

Among one of the research grants awarded by EMA is a digital electricity retail model using blockchain technology. The Experimental Power Grid Centre, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Beebryte and PacificLight Energy are collaborating on this.

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A*STAR develops sensor platform for companies to test green building solutions​

The system, called the Intelligent Building Energy and Environmental Monitoring and Control System, or i-BEEMS, was developed by researchers from the Experimental Power Grid Centre​.
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Singapore's Cleantech Companies Starting to ake off in the Region​

The Energy Research Institute at the Nanyang Technological University (ERI@N) came along in 2010 to study wind and marine renewable energy, fuel cells, energy storage, green and smart buildings and electro-mobility; a year later, the Experimental Power Grid Centre (EPGC) by the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) opened with a one-megawatt experimental power grid.​

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